Condition: One side displays a filled shrinkage crack
Additional Information: Scrolled back above top featuring turreted front
corners; turned and fluted columns continuing to tall elegantly turned
feet joining shaped front and side aprons. The case contains four
cockbeaded drawers retaining original brass hardware. Typical of shop
traditions the chest is overbuilt and is joined with many more glue
blocks than generally encountered.
Antique Queen Anne Chest of Drawers in Old Red Paint, Suffield, Connecticut, 18th Century
Hard yellow and white pine, maple drawer fronts
Slightly projecting molded top above two-short-over-four graduated drawers…all thumb-
molded; molded base raised on tall cutout dovetail joined feet. Early construction
features typical of Suffield shop traditions. See Connecticut Valley Furniture – Eliphalet
Chapin and His Contemporaries, 1750-1800 by Thomas Kugelman and Alice Kugelman
with Robert Lionetti, page 514, figure 3; “Suffield notch”.
(Generally good condition commensurate with age and use; replaced brasses;
height: 48.5"; width: 36"; depth: 19")
Case of Drawers, Original Red Paint & Brass Hardware, Successful Proportions
American Date/Period: 1825-1835 - SOLD
Additional Information: A choice case-of-drawers in outstanding original paint, the
case is finely dovetail joined as are drawers and drawer dividers. All drawers feature
fitted interiors. Brass hardware is of the highest quality.
Country Hepplewhite Four Drawer Chest in Original Red Paint, New England Date/Period: 1800-1820 - SOLD
Condition: Excellent original condition including brasses
Additional Information: Overhanging top…the edge featuring angled “hot sand
shaded” inlay above a case containing four graduated drawers, the whole raised on tall
cutout feet having returns and joining a valanced apron. The base of chest is banded in
conforming inlay. Original full coverage red paint displaying a dry patina; original brass
hardware. Ex Ted and Carole Hayward personal collection.
Four Drawer Chest in Powder Blue Paint, Original Hardware, New England Date/Period: Circa 1810 - SOLD
Additional Information: The overhanging top above a case containing three thumb-
molded drawers raised on tall cutout French feet joined by apron featuring a heat
cutout. The showy blue paint appears to have been applied late in the 19th century.
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